Aug 29, 2014

 

Human Resources

VALIC REPRESENTATIVE ON CAMPUS SEPT. 3
A VALIC representative will be on campus from 9 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 3, in the Shelbyville Room, MLK Jr. Union. If you wish to make an appointment, please call 217-821-5289 or visit the Shelbyville Room on Sept. 3. A 403b is a voluntary tax-deferred supplemental retirement plan developed to enhance an employee's retirement. VALIC is just one of the approved 403b vendors offered by EIU. For more information about EIU's 403b plans, please visit here.

DENISE CORRAY, Benefits Services
Posted: Aug 29, 2014


BENEFITS ORIENTATION
Each Tuesday at 9 a.m., the Benefits Office holds a New Hire Benefits Orientation. All new, benefit-eligible employees must attend a Benefits Orientation session and make plan selections within ten (10) days of their start date.

The Benefits Orientation informs incoming employees about health, dental and vision plans; retirement offerings; disability plans; paid time off, and more. To attend a session, please contact the Benefits Office at 217-581-5825 or by email at benefits@eiu.edu.

Please note: Our annual faculty-focused orientations will be held on Thursday and Friday, Aug. 21 and 22. Details to come.

THURMAN ETCHISON, Benefits Operations
Posted: Aug 05, 2014


ADDRESS CHANGES FOR FACULTY AND ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF
New faculty and staff should notify the Human Resources Employment Office of their new permanent address and phone numbers. We will update the Banner System and notify other necessary offices for you. Departments need to notify us of all new or changed campus addresses and phone numbers to insure the accuracy of the online directory. Please email changes to Carol Galey at cagaley@eiu.edu or Cindy Maples at camaples@eiu.edu.

CAROL GALEY, Human Resources
Posted: Aug 01, 2014


SALARY DISTRIBUTION OPTION: FACULTY AND ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF
Faculty and administrative staff in nine-, 10- or 11-month positions who wish to change their salary distribution plan must complete a Salary Distribution Option Form found on the HR website. The Salary Distribution Option form must be returned to the Human Resources Employment Office prior to the first day of the employee's contract. If a form is not received for new employees, the plan will default to salary paid according to contract dates. The salary distribution option plan chosen at this time cannot be changed during the current year and will continue in future years unless the Employment Office is notified of a change. If you have questions, please contact Carol Galey at 581-7655 or Cindy Maples at 581-2613.

CAROL GALEY, Human Resources
Posted: Jul 07, 2014





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